Photo copyright: Lynn McGregor

Michael Faulkner

Agent:  Isobel Dixon

Biography: Author of THE BLUE CABIN and its sequel STILL ON THE SOUND. Michael Faulkner lives with his wife in a cabin on Islandmore, an island in Strandford Lough, Northern Ireland. 

Visit Michael's website here. 

Michael on Twitter.

THE BLUE CABIN Non-Fiction, 210 pages Blackstaff Press - September 6, 2006 'By Christmas we were living to the rhythm of the tides...' Following the collapse of his business and the loss of their home, Mike Faulkner and his artist wife left Scotland for Islandmore, an uninhabited island on Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. This is the story of their extraordinary journey.  

THE BLUE CABIN

Non-Fiction, 210 pages
Blackstaff Press - September 6, 2006

'By Christmas we were living to the rhythm of the tides...' Following the collapse of his business and the loss of their home, Mike Faulkner and his artist wife left Scotland for Islandmore, an uninhabited island on Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. This is the story of their extraordinary journey.  

STILL ON THE SOUND Non-Fiction, 240 pages Blackstaff Press Ltd, 12 November 2009 When Mike Faulkner, his wife Lynn and their two dogs first crossed Ringhaddy Sound to the Blue Cabin on an island in Strangford Lough, they planned to stay for a year. Seven years later, the island's magic hasn't lost its hold... Illustrated with more than two hundred of Mike's colour photographs, 'Still on the Sound' is warm, funny and irresistible - a love letter to the island.  

STILL ON THE SOUND

Non-Fiction, 240 pages
Blackstaff Press Ltd, 12 November 2009

When Mike Faulkner, his wife Lynn and their two dogs first crossed Ringhaddy Sound to the Blue Cabin on an island in Strangford Lough, they planned to stay for a year. Seven years later, the island's magic hasn't lost its hold... Illustrated with more than two hundred of Mike's colour photographs, 'Still on the Sound' is warm, funny and irresistible - a love letter to the island.